Mother’s Day 2018 – Top picks for spending quality time in Worthing

It’s Mother’s Day this Sunday (11th March) – make 2018 a year to remember and book in some quality time with mama.

Here are our top picks for Mother’s day celebrations in Worthing


  1. Book in for a traditional Sussex cream tea complete with a glass of fizz at The Dome Vintage Tearoom, the Southern Pavilion Cafe or Pebbles Brasserie at Worthing’s Chatsworth Hotel 
  2. Get creative and book in with owner and resident artist Siobhan Jones for a glass art course at the Forge Gallery – just over the road from the Corner House Free House & Garden incase you fancy a bite to eat afterwards!
  3. Take a stroll and pick up a keepsake at vintage and antique shops of Rowlands Road – don’t miss Encore Antiques, Reginald Ballum and Warehouse 13 to name but a few
  4. Go for real homemade Italian ice cream at Giuseppe’s Lite, Warwick Street
  5. Pick up a little something original or just enjoy browsing Worthing’s many independent artist studios – check out the famous East Beach studiosWest End and Shoreline Galleries on Rowlands Road
  6. Take in a movie (Ladybird is the mother/ daughter film of the moment) in vintage surroundings at the Dome Cinema
  7. Hire a Donkey Bike and go for a seafront pedal – head out along the prom to Sea Lane Cafe (Goring) or The Perch on Lancing Beach
  8. Enjoy a meal together at one of our family friendly restaurants – The Fat Greek, Casa Ciro, Coast Cafe or Efes to name but a few
  9. Take a trip to Highdown Gardens where spring is in the air – free for visitors this private collection of both rare and well loved plants is a must for gardening fans. A trip to the tea room will top off the afternoon.
  10. Book Worthing Theatre tickets for one of the the many spectacular performances scheduled for this years groundbreaking Summer of Circus (May-July)

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Arts & Culture

Hidden behind the South Downs artists have long been attracted to Worthing as a place to escape - where creativity can flourish. Oscar Wilde, Jane Austen and Harold Pinter have all been residents. Explore Worthing and you’ll uncover an eclectic mix of internationally renowned artists, quirky open studios and galleries, not to mention the theatres and one of the oldest working cinemas in the UK, The Dome.

What's On

A wide range of events take place in Worthing all year round, whether along the promenade in the gardens, museum, theatres or live venues. With such a variety there is something for everyone, so begin your search now!